Centiva Luxury Vinyl Tiles for kitchen?
We're doing a kitchen remodel and want to replace the old crappy sheet vinyl floor with something better.
We may use porcelain tiles, but I think it may by too hard good for my elderly parents and my Mom who has foot pain from standing all day at her assembly line plant job. Plus the issue of breaking dishes and cleaning grout.
I looked at Amtico, but it was expensive and the floor store showed me a slightly cheaper alternative, but as durable called Centiva. I like the colors better and it had a lifetime residential warranty/ 20 yr. commercial.
I think the only minor downsides is that it should not be exposed to direct sunlight and the room temperature not allowed to go below 55 degrees F.
Does anybody have this brand floor and how it has held up?